San Francisco, CA — It is the summer of 2015, and water is in danger.
Over 40 million people live in the drought-affected regions of the southwestern US, over 120 million people live in Mexico, over 40 million in Central America, as well as billions of people worldwide, live in drought-affected, and drought-threatened areas of the planet – not only that, but lack of water prevents people from living in currently uninhabited regions of the planet, which puts pressure on existing disparate groups to co-exist, and they often do violently, which is an ongoing problem.
Water shapes our species; on the individual level we are mostly water, on the collective level we also live in shapes sculpted by the beaches of where water meets land, and overall water is everything to us and our food chain.
Solutions to Drought
Drought is a medieval situation created for medieval ends, to reinstate feudalism (neo-feudalism), fascism, and private control of the world.
However drought is easily solved, via the following long-existing technologies: